I've always had to carry deodorant and scent free wipes in my purse to clean off & reapply deodorant during the day due to hyperhidrosis. The sweating doesn't leak through clothing; rather the underarms are constantly moist and never feel dry, beginning minutes after I shower. In October/2011, I received my first Botox injections. After 100 units, NO RESULTS! I want to feel dry for once in my life, & I don't want this to affect my wedding dress selection. What other treatments can I try?
Hyperdidrosis - No Results After Botox. What Can I Try?
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Hyperhidrosis treatment for the armpits if Botox does not work
Miradry or Retrograde Suction curettage work well for hyperhidrosis of the axilla and armpits in my Los Angeles practice.
MiraDry would be a great option for you! It helps to eliminate sweat and odor glands in as little as one treatment! In addition, it has a new indication for hair removal of all colors Approximately a 70% reduction. Call our office for a complementary consultation with our Nurse Practitioner, Jennifer Tinelli at 310-827-2653.
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